Blue Icon Board Discusses Ways to Best Serve NASFAA Members

Blue Icon Advisors’ new Board of Managers held its first meeting last week on Wednesday, September 11 to discuss ways to best meet members’ needs. The nine board managers, which consists of both NASFAA members and others in the consulting industry, were approved by NASFAA’s Board of Directors at its June meeting in Orlando, FL. The role of the Board of Managers is to monitor Blue Icon’s management team, ensuring that NASFAA members’ interests are well served by establishing broad policies and providing strategic and fiscal oversight. 

Blue Icon already has consultants in the field working with schools on policies and procedures, coaching new directors, and developing custom training programs, and is accepting projects for Winter 2019 and Spring 2020. For more information, visit the website. To request a cost estimate, contact Mandy Sponholtz, director of operations, at (202) 785-6953 or via email


Blue Icon Advisors is NASFAA’s new financial aid consulting service for colleges, universities, and career schools. For over 50 years, NASFAA has served as a trusted resource for financial aid administrators. That legacy of support and commitment to excellence continues with Blue Icon Advisors. Blue Icon’s team of experienced consultants are ready to help schools with a range of services, including compliance and operational evaluations and improvement plans, writing and reviewing policies and procedures, developing and delivering customized staff training, providing interim leadership, coaching and support, and consulting on financial aid and enrollment management issues.


Publication Date: 9/18/2019

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